What better way to decorate your home at Christmastime than with a bunch of stunning motifs assembled into a gorgeous afghan just like the one pictured here! If you don't want to go the entire mile doing up an entire full-size afghan, this pattern would also come together beautifully ifCheck it Out!
Can't decide whether you like crochet or embroidery better, or are you just multi-talented and are looking for a project that demands both? Then get your vintage on with this beautiful crocheted and embroidered rose afghan! This is definitely what we would categorize as an advanced crochet project, and theCheck it Out!
Crochet this strikingly splendid "Dusty Snowflake" throw for your next Christmas! This throw measures approximately 45 x 52 inches when finished, and the individual motifs measure 7-1/2 inches in diameter. This truly would be a gorgeous addition to any room during the Holidays! Although the url indicates there is aCheck it Out!
Crochet the ultimate retro Christmas afghan and add a spin of the 60's and 70's to your future holiday! This one turns out great with standard Christmas colors, or go for a more old-fashioned Christmas-Past look by using organic browns and rusts. Not only have we included links to theCheck it Out!
Introducing an absolutely beautify, but very easy (yes, really) crochet technique that works great for afghans. Although it is a very simple technique to learn and down, be aware that it does require a lot of tying off and joining of different colors. However, all that tying off and joiningCheck it Out!
Here is a blanket that won't quickly be forgotten by anyone who has the opportunity to see a finished one! Here is a free crochet tutorial for an absolutely hypnotic and mesmerizing afghan crochet project. There are also endless variations of colors you could use, and all would look justCheck it Out!
Here is a fantastic free crochet tutorial for a bright and cheery baby blanket! We absolutely love the colors used in the featured image, although the texture of the crochet stitch would lend itself to looking great with many other colors also, so feel free to play around with colorsCheck it Out!
Here is a free tutorial for the crochet puff box stitch! This stitch makes a wonderful afghan because of the magnificent texture that it adds to crocheted yarn. There are many textured crochet stitches out there, but this one is definitely a favorite! Do be prepared, however, to have aCheck it Out!
This gorgeous blanket/afghan, titled the "Virus Blanket" by the designer, will be a surefire hit in any room that you decide to showcase it in! Similar to crocheting a granny square, there are four rows that just are repeated again and again. You can stop doing the rounds at babyCheck it Out!
Do you have a bunch of tiny little balls of leftover yarn in numerous colors that you can't quite figure out what to do with? Why not give these Granny Bunting Triangles a try? You will have tons of fun playing with different colors, and you really can't "mess up"Check it Out!